Grateful Dead Live at Winterland Arena on 1970-12-31
Johnny B Goode, Around & Around, ?Rock Me Baby?, Not Fade Away, I Know You Rider, "Showbill Chant", "The Carousel - Letter To Mother", "We're Sorry We're Not Playing Portchester Jam", "Jelly Roll Promo", "Rate The Record", "Doin' That Rag Promo"
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Winterland ArenaLocation San Francisco, CASource Soundboard (aftershow performance)Lineage SBD > ?reel? > DAT > CDR > EAC (secure) > CD Wave (split) > SHN V3Taped by Transferred by Jim Oade and Brian Cole
This seed comes from the generousity of Jim Oade at www.oade.com. The show was labeled as 12-31-70aftershow. Unfortunately there is little to no information regarding this performance since I can't find any evidence of it circulating prior to this. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional information relating to this performance.
d1t03 ?Rock Me Baby? - Not sure if this is the correct title or not.
d1t05 I Know You Rider - A very interesting early version of this song. This version has a different tempo at times and some strange lyrics.
d1t06-d1t11 - These were patched at the end of the performance so I kept them on the seed. They are some pretty interesting promos. The names are in quotes because this was the best description that I could come up with.
d1t08 "We're Sorry We're Not Playing Portchester Jam" - Jerry and Mickey in a bluegrass jam apologizing for not playing Portchester.
Enjoy this rare treat!
December 24, 2006
These are the encores of that night after the Dead finished. Tuna opened the show. Its Weir Jack Jorma Scarlet Hart Joey Covenington
December 14, 2005
12/31/70 WInterland Arena, San Francisco Ca - xcerpt
4.8, 045min, Sbd, A1D0, Reel M->Cass 1->Dat 0, 48k,
7inch Master Reels@7.5ips 1/2trk->Tascam 122mkIII Cass 1st Gen->3800 x 0
After the end of the Dead's set, Weir and Hot Tuna came out and played a short Jam session. Will Scarlet is said to be the harmonica player. Tunes played are Johnny B. Goode, Around And Around, Rock Me Baby, Not Fade Away, and I Know You Rider (in Jorma's arrangement). There is a SBD cassette side in circulation. The performances are not very exciting.
May 7, 2005
Sounds like Jorma ...
The song definitely is "Rock Me Baby," but it sounds more like Hot Tuna than Grateful Dead to me. Maybe a mix of the 2 bands. Also Jorma singing on "I Know You Rider." Regardless, this is a rare & delicious treat.
March 8, 2005
We're not playing Portchester!!!
Fun stuff A look into the aftershow highjinx SAd for those with tickets to Portchester